Savannah Winters went from homecoming queen to vampire princess in one terrifying night. Now she must find a way to survive the dark world she lives without letting the anger and depression overwhelm and destroy her. Maintaining a balance between her supernatural identity and human cover is more difficult then she could ever imagine. And her decision to separate herself from her family only makes matters worse. How could she forgive her sister, Rebecca for the role she played in her demise?
It’s a question Rebecca struggles with herself as she attempts to rebuild the Arizona wolf pack after the massacre that left her a lone wolf. How can she convince her dear sweet sister, Savannah to forgive her?
While Rebecca and Savannah juggle the challenges of their new identities, responsibilities, political alliances, and the men in their lives Hunter becomes obsessed with unlocking the powers they have as natural born witches and finding a cure to the viruses that changed his sisters lives indefinitely.
More family secrets unravel and threaten to destroy the fragile connection the Winters siblings share while more enemies come out of the darkness to tear their new worlds apart.
The second book in the series takes place a month after the first one ends. Savannah is now a Vampire Princess and must follow the rules of a woman who she isn't sure she can trust. Along with a whole lot of anger towards her family members and her despair things aren't looking good for her. Becca on the other hand is drowning in guilt, and still trying to protect her new pack, and deal with her new relationship problems. These two need to learn how to work together before it is much too late.
This one just wasn't for me. I really tried to like it, but the story just got boring rather quickly. And I was annoyed with how Savvy acted, and just frustrated with the whole thing. I also felt after about 50% of the book it started to just skip over things, and more drama was happening that didn't make sense, or seemed to come out of no where.
So, overall this just wasn't for me. I didn't really care for it.